Chambers: Let’s play Stanley Cup hockey all summer

Let’s play summertime baseball — the ideal time of year to walk into a rink that is refrigerated. I overlook playing with it in addition to covering hockey. The 1 thing that my private skates have over the NHL is that we do it yearlong — we get to play the game if a beer
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Nuggets/Avalanche ticket holders in limbo amid postponed seasons for coronavirus pandemic

Martin Letain is a lifelong Colorado Avalanche fan. The Canadian proposed to attend his first game at Pepsi Center at mid-March when he bought two tickets months in advance of puck fall against the Vancouver Canucks. The game date was a sign Friday the 13th. “It was really poor timing,” Letain stated. “I was dreaming
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Review – Post Malone Might Have Given Denver Its Last Major Concert For a While (And It Was a Damn Good Show)

It seems like every headline brings tidings of another cancellation. Music festivals and tours have been canceled or postponed right and left. Major sporting events, such as the Rockies opening day and hockey games that will secure the Colorado Avalanche a place in the playoffs, are still being postponed for a minimum of two weeks.
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No events at Pepsi Center, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park for 30 days due to coronavirus

Hyoung Chang, The Denver PostFans at the Pepsi Center for UFC 150 on Aug. 11, 2012. Kroenke Sports and Entertainment is putting on record all shows at its venues — such as the Pepsi Center and Dick’s Sporting Goods Park — for the next 30 days in light of this novel coronavirus. The statement comes
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Pearl Jam Postpones Their Spring Tour and Pepsi Center Show Due to Coronavirus

At the night of March 9, the grunge rock band, Pearl Jam, declared on Instagram they’re Gigaton Tour” because of the coronavirus outbreak. Their forthcoming show at the Pepsi Center on April 9 is just one of many that have to be rescheduled for a later time. At the moment, the specific date of rsquo
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Jamal Murray powers Nuggets past NBA-best Bucks

The Nuggets discovered a slice of the electricity and poise they’ve been looking for Monday night. Against the Milwaukee Bucks, that had been without reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and chosen not to play all-star Khris Middleton, the Nuggets discovered a semblance of rhythm within their 109-95 victory at the Pepsi Center that they’ll desperately need
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Chambers: Avs playing host to Blues on April 4 regular-season finale could be fantastic

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Something fabulous will unfold April 4. The Stanley Cup playoffs could start on a Saturday afternoon in the Pepsi Center. The St. Louis Blues, defending Cup champions, will close out the regular season against the Avalanche in Denver on April 4. And at the rate they’re moving, this game could ascertain the
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Just Announced – The Black Keys, Kraftwerk-3D and Judas Priest Come to Denver

Looks like we’re officially knee-deep in concert announcement season. From Red Rocks to Mission Ballroom, some heavy-hitting acts are coming through town. For starters, the Black Keys have announced their return. Following a massive comeback show at the Pepsi Center in September of last year, the Black Keys are continuing their “Let’s Rock Tour” but
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Keeler: Why Pomona wrestling dynasty is “better than Valor football”

Wrestling moms, bless them, don’t even miss a hint. Or a call. “You know those refs robbing our boys,” Suzette Olguin, mother of Pomona 120-pounder Elijah Olguin, said since the third-place suits wrapped up Saturday afternoon at the Colorado state wrestling championship. While we huddled about the Pepsi Center concourse, another Pomona mom passed. Suzette
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The history of the Colorado state wrestling tournament: From Gunter Hall to Pepsi Center

Preps fans think about the state wrestling championship as the postseason event in the nation. This ’s because their coaches, families along with 896 qualifiers and supporters from all corners of Colorado descend upon Pepsi Center for an unparalleled, raucous atmosphere more than three days. Andy Cross, The Denver PostWrestling historian, Bob Smith, center, watches
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